A prototype web-based spatial decision support system to benchmark Queensland local government 1991-2001 socio-economic performance

Stimson, Robert and Shyy, Tung-Kai (2007). A prototype web-based spatial decision support system to benchmark Queensland local government 1991-2001 socio-economic performance. In: Mitchell, Bill, Baum, Scott;, O'Neill, Phillip and McGuirk, Pauline, Proceedings of the ARCRNSISS Methodology, Tools and Techniques and Spatial Theory Paradigm Forums Workshop. ARCRNSISS Methodology, Tools and Techniques and Spatial Theory Paradigm Forums Workshop, Newcastle, N.S.W., Australia, (1-228). 15-17 June 2005.

Author Stimson, Robert
Shyy, Tung-Kai
Title of paper A prototype web-based spatial decision support system to benchmark Queensland local government 1991-2001 socio-economic performance
Conference name ARCRNSISS Methodology, Tools and Techniques and Spatial Theory Paradigm Forums Workshop
Conference location Newcastle, N.S.W., Australia
Conference dates 15-17 June 2005
Proceedings title Proceedings of the ARCRNSISS Methodology, Tools and Techniques and Spatial Theory Paradigm Forums Workshop
Place of Publication Melbourne, Vic., Australia
Publisher RMIT Publishing
Publication Year 2007
Sub-type Fully published paper
ISBN 9781921166600
Editor Mitchell, Bill
Baum, Scott;
O'Neill, Phillip
McGuirk, Pauline
Volume 3
Issue 4
Start page 1
End page 228
Total pages 228
Language eng
Abstract/Summary Abstract: The mission of the ARC Research Network in Spatially Integrated Social Science (ARCRNSISS) is to enhance Australia's capacity and capability to conduct innovative, cross-disciplinary policy-relevant, research in spatially integrated social science and to provide the evidence base for understanding the issues and challenges facing people and places in coping with changes in contemporary society. ARCRNSISS host workshops to facilitate Australia's social scientists in the development and application of spatially integrating research paradigms. These are the proceedings of the June 2005 workshop.
Subjects 1606 Political Science
360101 Australian Government and Politics
Keyword Social Science
Cross-disciplinary policy
Research Impacts
Local government -- Australia
Australian society
Q-Index Code EX

 
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